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Brett Eldredge

Brett Eldredge

•By age 15, Eldredge was a performer in demand for local functions in his hometown of Paris, Illinois.


Brett Eldredge released his first holiday album Glow on October 28. Recorded in the style of his musical hero Frank Sinatra, the album is a mix of new and classic holiday songs and includes a duet with Meghan Trainor on “Baby It’s Cold Outside”

His current Top 15 single, “Wanna Be That Song” is the third track from his sophomore album Illinois

His previous single, the Gold certified  “Drunk On Your Love”  became his fifth consecutive No. 1

Illinois debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and No. 3 on the Billboard top 200 Chart

The 2014 CMA New Artist of the Year co-wrote all 12 songs on Illinois and co-produced the album

Eldredge’s previous four consecutive No. 1 hits include the Platinum-certified “Don’t Ya” and the three Gold-certified singles “Lose My Mind,” “Mean To Me” and “Beat of the Music,” which was the BMI most played country song of 2015

Earlier this summer, Eldredge was the co-host for the CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night To Rock special. The 3 hour prime-time concert also included two of his performances including his current single “Wanna Be That Song.”

To celebrate his first two No. 1 singles, Brett went sky diving and shark diving and will celebrate his third by dining in the sky

He is on currently on tour with Keith Urban for his 2016 Ripcord Tour which kicked off June 2 in Kansas City

Eldredge has written songs for Trace Adkins, Gary Allen, Jake Owen, Hank Williams, Jr. and Neal McCoy

Eldredge grew up in Paris, IL listening to crooners like Frank Sinatra. He was a performer in demand at local backyard barbeques concerts. His dad and brother would load the sound system in and out of the minivan, his mom would handle audio and Brett would grab the mic and play for the older ladies who slipped bills into his pockets